Preview 'Wakaliwood: The Documentary' (Doc About The Man Behind Uganda's 1st Action Film)

From Shadow and Act Fri Jan 4 2013, 21:47:58

This is great! I believe it was a couple of years ago when we featured the trailer for a film that was dubbed Uganda's first action film, titled Who Killed Captain Alex. Long time readers might remember the insane, hilarious trailer, that was loaded with nutty action sequences, and entry-level special effects. We were amused, but also intrigued. You can watch it below if you haven't seen it. The trailer was played several million times on video sharing sites across the web, becoming an instant viral hit. I never did get to see the full film, however. And now, 2 years later, a feature length documentary film on the man behind Who Killed Captain...

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